Tulane University spreads 'Food As Medicine' ideology by requiring that students learn how to cook
Emerging college courses analyze celebrities, selfies, and even 'wasting time on the Internet' to draw insights on pop culture and media
College-branded scents may soon waft beyond personal hygiene
What does a big batch of donated smartwatches mean for Pebble besides self-promotion?
Training programs are up for grabs from a growing number of Fortune 500 companies.
Universities in the East are rebelling against what they believe is a Western-centric ranking system.
Best-selling author Douglas Rushkoff, shares his thoughts about how Facebook and Twitter spark local movements rather than large-scale ones -- in the kick off to our Social Media Week coverage.
The car-sharing company's university program expanded rapidly under a partnership with Ford.
Three major authors’ groups filed a lawsuit against HathiTrust, arguing that digitizing millions of books violated copyrights.
The site promises a safe space for users to send restricted documents on public interest matters pertaining to education.
The move will make higher education more accessible and reduce their students' loan debt.